Flagships Gallery: Hanse 575

The statement that best reflects the new Hanse 575 was once said by American astronaut Neil Armstrong when he landed on the moon: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
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The statement that best reflects the new Hanse 575 was once said by American astronaut Neil Armstrong when he landed on the moon: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” We call the period of designing the new Hanse 575 “moonwalking” because it was a time of collecting ideas, brainstorming about various solutions, features and shapes.

Designed by Judel/Vrolijk & Co., the world‘s most successful yacht designers, the Hanse 575 is the perfect cruising yacht. The designers have, of course, helped us maintain our record of offering the fastest cruising yacht in its class.

The deck layout has been developed for fast cruising with optimum deck gear distribution and a “one step” high coachroof for safety.

The garage, with a tender-launching system and large enough for a jet-powered dinghy, will be hard to beat in the competition for the most popular gadget on board. Natural light below emphasizes carefully designed interior furniture with a generous longitudinal galley,“loft-style” feel saloon, a newly developed companionway entrance and luxurious owner and guests cabins.

Visit hanseyachts.com or contact dbrophy@hanseyachts.com for more information. 

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SPECS

LOA 56ft 3in

LWL 49ft 8in

BEAM 17ft

DRAFT 9ft 4in (std)

DISPLACEMENT 42,990 lbs 

BALLAST 13,007 lbs

SAIL AREA 1,727 ft2

FUEL/WATER/WASTE (US GAL) 138/214/-

ENGINE Volvo D3-110, 78 kW / 107 HP, diesel engine, shaft drive

ELECTRICAL 2 V and 110 V / 230 V

DESIGNER Judel/Vrolijk & Co.

BUILDER Hanse Yachts

U.S. DISTRIBUTOR hanseyachts.com

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